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Afternoon Brief, June 27th

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The Power of Data-Driven Decision-Making in the Wine Industry: Data is everywhere. But in the wine industry, the people skilled in capturing and working with data are in short supply—as is the mindset that sees these emerging skills as key business drivers...
00:38:41

Afternoon Brief, June 24th

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Climate Change Is Altering the Chemistry of Wine: Warming, wildfires and unpredictable weather threaten to disrupt the delicate processes that underlie treasured wines. Researchers and producers are innovating to keep ahead...
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Afternoon Brief, June 13th

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American Pinot Noir Legend Josh Jensen Dies at 78: Josh Jensen, the founder of the Central Coast’s famed Calera Wine Company, a visionary leader in the American wine community, and the iconic pioneer of luxury California Pinot Noir died on Saturday, June 11...
00:22:13

Afternoon Brief, June 10th

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Sonoma County Farmworkers Say They Are Shut Out of Evacuation Zone Policy Revamp: Sonoma County farmworkers say their voices are missing in the redevelopment of a local policy that would determine when vineyard owners and other employers can bring workers into evacuated areas threatened by wildfire or other natural disasters...
00:03:42

Afternoon Brief, June 1st

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 01 TRENDING STORY   Sebastopol Vintner Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison in DUI Crash That Killed 1, Maimed Another Eric McDonell balanced on his right...
00:29:47

Afternoon Brief, May 17th

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Southern Glazer’s Hit with Wine Sales Consultant Class Action Employment Lawsuit: A federal employment lawsuit that seeks class action status was filed May 5, 2022 against Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits. The lawsuit against the distributor’s primary LLC and its Texas operation was filed in Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, Austin Division...
00:26:47

Afternoon Brief, April 19th

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For Some Pacific Northwest Winemakers, AVA Wine Labels Are a Challenge: The number of bonded wineries in the United States has increased exponentially over the last four decades. With that growth has come a dramatic rise in designated American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), or appellations of origin, followed by smaller sub-AVAs to differentiate diverse grape-growing regions within them...
01:15:19

Afternoon Brief, April 5th

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Truck Carrying Harvest Bins in Fatal Crash: A truck carrying winegrape harvest bins has been involved in an horrific crash on Kangaroo Island, killing the young driver...
00:05:28

Afternoon Brief, March 22nd

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Adaptability, Resilience Help California Wineries Survive: Wine is among the North Bay’s largest industries, and it took significant one-two punches from pandemic restrictions on its major sales channels then sizable losses of grapes to wildfires...
00:11:05

Afternoon Brief, March 15th

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Grape Growers and Winemakers Try to Decide Who Bears the Cost of Smoke Damage: Since the West Coast of the U.S. has experienced numerous wildfire events in recent years, growers and wineries are trying to answer a critical question: Who should bear the financial cost of smoke impacted grapes?...
00:02:21

Afternoon Brief, February 4th

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Napa County Planning Commission Endorses Micro-Winery Law: Advocates who say Napa County should make it easier for small farms to create "micro-wineries" have secured backing from the county Planning Commission...
00:49:26

Afternoon Brief, January 18th

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With Napa Cab Increasingly Out of Reach, Could It Be Sonoma’s Turn for the Spotlight?: It’s hard to talk about California wine without immediately turning to Napa Valley. And with good reason. California was in large part put on the global wine map thanks to the 1976 Paris Tasting, when a Napa Valley Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon bested their French counterparts to the whole world’s surprise...
00:33:11

Afternoon Brief, January 7th

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Wine’s Most Inspiring People: Alex Ryan—CEO, The Duckhorn Portfolio: Alex Ryan knows full well that the company he runs is trying to do something that has almost never been done successfully—which makes the challenge all that much more exciting...
00:00:31

Afternoon Brief, January 5th

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World Bulk Wine Exhibition Coming to Sonoma California June 8th-9th: Following the success attained in Amsterdam in 2021, the WBWE faces a new challenge: its first-ever trade fair in the USA...
00:13:47

Afternoon Brief, December 20th

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Pioneering Wine Industry Leader Art Ciocca Passes Away: Arthur “Art” Ciocca, founder of The Wine Group, has passed away at the age of 84. Known for his vision, entrepreneurial spirit, integrity, and deep-rooted values, Art was the founder of The Wine Group and its CEO for 26 years...
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